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STUDENT ACTIVITIES

Student Council

Student council is constituted of all class representatives with one of them being the Chair. Representatives serve on a wide variety of committees and work on various issues concerning both academic and extracurricular activities of the college.

The Chair of the council oversees all deliberations of the council meetings. The council meets twice a semester discuss matters pertaining to all aspects of the campus.

NSS

National Service Scheme, under the Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports Govt. of India, popularly known as NSS was launched in the college right from 2014 for the development of personality of students through community service. Today, De Paul NSS has more than 100 student volunteers on its roll. It is a voluntary organization of young students to promote meaning and effective campus-community interface.

Through the NSS activities, students and teachers become an integral part of nation building.

Main objectives

  • understand the community in which they work
  • understand themselves in relation to their community
  • identify the needs and problems of the community and involve them in problem-solving
  • develop among themselves a sense of social and civic responsibility
  • utilise their knowledge in finding practical solutions to individual and community problems
  • develop competence required for group-living and sharing of responsibilities
  • gain skills in mobilising community participation
  • acquire leadership qualities and democratic attitudes
  • develop capacity to meet emergencies and natural disasters and practise national integration and social harmony

 

Coverage:

The efforts of NSS volunteers have been widely acclaimed by the community, universities, colleges and general public as the NSS volunteers have been rendering selfless service to the community.

 

Motto:

The Motto of NSS "Not Me But You", reflects the essence of democratic living and upholds the need for self-less service. NSS helps the students develop appreciation to other person's point of view and also show consideration to other living beings. The philosophy of the NSS is well doctrined in this motto, which underlines the belief that the welfare .of an individual is ultimately dependent on the welfare of the society on the whole and therefore, the NSS volunteers shall strive for the well-being of the society.

 

Symbol:

The symbol for the NSS has been based on the giant Rath Wheel of the world famous Konark Sun Temple (The Black Pagoda) situated in Orissa, India. The wheel portrays the cycle of creation, preservation and release and signifies the movement in life across time and space, The symbol thus stands for continuity as well as change and implies the continuous striving of NSS for social change.

 

Badge

The NSS Symbol is embossed on the badge. The eight bars in the wheel represent the 24 hours of a day. The red colour indicates that the volunteer is full of young blood that is lively, active, energetic and full of high spirit. The navy blue colour indicates the cosmos of which the NSS is tiny part, ready to contribute its share for the welfare of the mankind.

 

Financial Arrangements:

The scheme is funded by both Central and State Governments in the ratio of 7:5 to organise Regular Activities (RA) and special Camping Programmes (SCP). An amount of Rs.160/-per volunteer per annum is released towards Regular Activities (RA) and Rs.300/- per volunteer per Special Camping Programme (SCP) which is of 10-days duration to be organised in the adopted villages/communities.

 

Office-bearers

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NCC - Air Wing
1 : The National Cadet Corps is the Indian military cadet corps with its Headquarters at New Delhi.
2 : It inducts school and college students on a voluntary basis. It is a Tri-service organization comprising Army, Navy and Air Force engaged in grooming the youth of the country into disciplined and patriotic citizens.
3 : College provides the opportunity to Join Air Force wing and encourages cadet of the college to the sky with glory
Club In-charge
  • Mamath Sathyanarayana (Asst. Professor)
Rotaract Club

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Jesus Youth Movement

The college encourages the Christian students to be part of Jesus Youth Movement and actively participate in and organize JY programs

Club In-charge
  • Asst Prof. Merin Kuriakose
AIACHE

AIACHE

The All India Association for Christian Higher Education (AIACHE) is a professional Association of 350 higher education colleges in India. Founded in 1967, AIACHE is a voluntary organization registered under the Societies Registration Act (1860).

Vision

The Christian service of education as a process of formation for transformation is inspired by a vision of human kind and the rest of the creation and its destiny drawn from the life and teachings of Jesus Christ. The vision gives Christian institutions a recognizable character and sets before their managements, staff, students, parents and the community high ideals of life and service which will inspire them continuously to strive to meet emerging needs and challenges. Moved by this vision the Christian Church in India has been active in the field of education serving the nation in the context of its plurality of religions and diversity of cultures. The Christian colleges aim at an integral and personalized education of the young. They strive to produce intellectually competent, morally upright, socially committed, spiritually inspired citizens in the service of India and the world of today and tomorrow.

Mission

AIACHE aims at the renewal and growth of member colleges as well as the promotion of the quality, value-orientation and social relevance of Indian higher education in general. Over the years AIACHE has become the symbol of the deepening spirit of ecumenism and ONENESS in the MISSION of the Churches, the new concept of mission understood as the responsibility to bring about COMMUNION among the people, to work for JUSTICE and PEACE. A priority for AIACHE is collaborative effort, working with the Governmental agencies, people of other faiths and like-minded groups, national and international, with shared values and concerns.

Origin

AIACHE was founded at a historic meeting of the Principals of Christian colleges held at Madras Christian College, Tambaram, in January, 1967. Among its founding leaders were Rev. Fr. T.A. Mathias, Dr. Chandran Devanesan, Dr. Richard Dickinson, Dr. P.T. Chandy, Bishop Paulose Mar Gregorios and Archbishop Angelo Fernandes.

Objectives

  • To promote, in general, sound education in all institutions of higher learning in India in keeping with the heritage and aspirations of the country and the needs of national development.
  • To promote and undertake research, pure and applied, bearing upon education and the needs of human and national development.
  • To undertake on its own and/or to enable member institutions to carry out or assist any programmes for promoting the welfare or the uplift of the people in any rural areas and to undertake or assist any programmes of rural development and to train the personnel for implementation of rural development;
  • To collect and circulate useful and worthwhile information, to publish journals, books and other literature and to arrange for meetings, seminars and workshops etc.
  • To co-ordinate the work of member institutions at the national, regional and local levels and to promote mutual help and support among member colleges;
  • To serve as a channel through which member institutions can unitedly contribute to the formation and execution of the national educational policy and to interpret to the public the role of member colleges in national life;
  • To collaborate, wherever possible, with other institutions and associations concerned with higher learning in these and other matters as may be approved from time to time by the Executive Board of the Society.

AIACHE is an ecumenical movement towards

  • Value-based human development
  • Socially relevant academic execellence
  • Promotion of Gender Justice
  • Formation of Responsible Leadership
  • Educational opportunities for the disadvantaged
  • Change and Innovations in Higher Education
  • Training for Global Citizenship
  • Peace, Justice and the Integrity of Creation
Xavier Board

xavierboardXAVIER BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION IN INDIA, (XBHEI), is the only association of all the Catholic Institutions of Higher Education in India. It is officially recognized by the Catholic Bishop’s Conference of India(CBCI) and functions in collaboration with the CBCI Commission for Education and Culture. It is the Indian organ to represent the International Federation of Catholic Universities (IFCU / FIUC) with headquarters in Paris. It stands for Gospel values, Excellence and Leadership through higher education in India. Its national office is in Bangalore: Xavier Board National Office, 31 Primrose Road, Bangalore 560 025.

Vision and Mission

The Church in India has invested her best talents and resources in higher education to continue the mission of Jesus Christ who commanded to “Go and Teach all nations” (Mt.28,20). In our educational ministry, both as individual institutions and as members of a corporate body such as Xavier Board, we try to build inclusive human communities for the re-generation of India and its people, through our share in nation building and national resource development. All our educational institutions and the committed personnel are the Church’s contribution to national development.
The Xavier Board wishes to foster institutions of excellence in academic sphere, acceptance of value systems, access to the poor and the marginalized, autonomy in administration and management, possibly leading to autonomous institutions and Universities.
The member institutions will initiate ways and means such as community contribution, services of Parent Teacher and Alumni associations, endowments, sponsorships, scholarships, exchange and twinning programmes and similar non commercial income generating schemes for finding its own financial resources for better infra structural and educational needs. These institutions foster a sense of ownership in community through forms of participatory administration, formation of advisory bodies and accountability structures. Our facilities will be shared for community services, ongoing education, non-formal learning, short term / diploma courses and the like, so that infrastructural wastage is limited to the minimum.
Sharing the same vision enables the member institutions to co-operate effectively among themselves through exchange programmes, networking, and sharing of personnel and material resources.
Facing the realities of Indian context, our educational institutions aim at training leaders who are intellectually competent, spiritually mature, morally upright, psychologically integrated, physically healthy, socially acceptable and God-loving, who will champion the cause of justice, love, truth and peace and who are ever open to further growth. In our institutions, we cherish to have a community of teachers who are committed to their divine vocation, professionally competent, morally upright, just and humane in dealings, co-operative and who help their students to grow in all positive aspects.
We aspire to create a just and humane society in India, where the dignity of human person is respected, where the poor and marginalized are specially taken care of, where our cultural heritage of ahimsa, religious harmony and national integration are upheld, and where corruption and social evils are challenged. We aim to reach out to the families of our present and former students, to assist them in their needs, to share their joys and sorrows and to help them experience love and freedom, so that the students realize that our educational institution is an extension of their homes.
The Xavier Board member institutions are open to all, irrespective of their caste or creed; they are accepted and cherished as they are and helped to grow in their cultural, social and religious traditions.

Objectives

The objectives of XBHEI are to:

  • promote and safeguard the interests of Catholic institutions of Higher Education in India.
  • help institutions in the spiritual, religious and general education of staff and students by undertaking and/or promoting training programmes, refresher courses, research, etc.
  • co-ordinate the activities of the member institutions at the national or regional level to bring about greater unity and effectiveness.
  • represent the special interests of the institutions before the Government, Judiciary, University, UGC, NAAC, NCTE, AICTE, and other related bodies in academic matters and also to ensure the rights of Minorities.
  • provide a link between institutions and the CBCI.
  • encourage the institutions to make higher education available to the poor and marginalized especially of rural India.
  • The objectives of the society are to educate and empower. It shall strive to: Promote and safeguard the interests of Catholic institutions of Higher Education in India.
  • Concern itself with the spiritual, faith formation and well-being of students and staff of the member institutions through training programs, refresher courses, researches and any other related activities.
  • Co-ordinate the activities of the member institutions at the national and regional level, and to bring about greater unity and effectiveness.
  • Provide a link between the institutions and the Office of Education and Culture of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of India.
  • Represent the interests of the institutions before the Government, Judiciary, University, UGC, NAAC, NCTE, AICTE, and other related bodies.
  • Encourage and support the member institutions to make higher education available to the poor and the marginalized especially of rural India.
  • Provide assistance to enhance the quality and excellence in all the institutions.
  • Form leaders with Gospel values with social commitment and to become agents of social change.
  • Assist the institutions in safeguarding and implementing the Minority Rights.
  • Encourage ongoing reflection to promote a national vision on integral development, collectively.
  • Represent the institutions in international associations and organizations.
  • Collaborate with other institutions having similar objectives, related to higher education, including ecclesiastical studies
  • Actively promote the welfare of the institutions engaged in higher education in India.
  • Engage in activities that will promote the aforesaid objectives and to apply its income, if any, in educational endeavors.
  • Extend the benefits of the Society to all irrespective of caste, creed or religion.
  • Facilitate linkages within and outside the country.
  • Establish centers of research and publications.
  • Become a center of assessment and accreditation.
  • Establish and administer colleges, universities and Centers of higher learning, within and outside the country.
  • Acquire, own, borrow, lend and sell movable and immovable properties and assets and enter into contracts and agreements.
  • Establish scholarships, awards and endowments.
  • Generally to do all other acts and things in furtherance of the aforesaid objects. And to apply their profits, if any, in promoting their objects and prohibit the payment of any dividend or distribution of any profit, among their members.
Red Cross

Who we are

The Indian Red Cross is a voluntary humanitarian organization having a network of over 700 branches throughout the country, providing relief in times of disasters/emergencies and promotes health & care of the vulnerable people and communities. It is a leading member of the largest independent humanitarian organization in the world, the International Red Cross & Red Crescent Movement. The movement has three main components, the International Committee of Red Cross (ICRC), 187 National Societies and International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies.
The Mission of the Indian Red Cross is to inspire, encourage and initiate at all times all forms of humanitarian activities so that human suffering can be minimized and even prevented and thus contribute to creating more congenial climate for peace.

Emblem

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Red Cross on a white background, is the Emblem of Red Cross, recognized in 1864 as the distinctive sign for medical relief teams on the battle field.
In the Russo-Turkish war the Ottoman empire used a Red Crescent in place of the Red Cross. Egypt too opted for the Red Crescent while Persia chose a Red Lion on a white background. These symbols were written and accepted into the 1929 Geneva Conventions. The IRCS adopted RED CROSS as its emblem.
The National Society make use of the emblem as an indicative device in peacetime and during armed conflicts within the limits stipulated in national legislation, the regulations and its statutes only for activities consistent with the principles set out by International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent.
During the General Assembly and the council of Delegates in November 2005 at Geneva, Red Crystal has been adopted as another emblem for the Red Cross Red Crescent movement.

Seven Fundamental Principles of Red Cross

1 Humanity : The International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, born of a desire to bring assistance without discrimination to the wounded on the battlefield, endeavors, in its international and national capacity, to prevent and alleviate human suffering wherever it may be found. Its purpose is to protect life and health and to ensure respect for the human being. It promotes mutual understanding, friendship, cooperation and lasting peace amongst all peoples.
2 Impartiality : It makes no discrimination as to nationally, race, religious beliefs, class or political opinions. It endeavors to relieve the suffering of individuals, being solely by their needs, and to give priority to the most urgent cases of distress.
3 Neutrality : In orders to enjoy the confidence of all, the Movement may not take sides in hostilities or engage in controversies of a political, racial, religious or ideological nature.
4 Independence : The Movement is independent. The National Societies, while auxiliaries in the humanitarian services of their governments and subject to the laws of their respective countries, must always maintain their autonomy so that they may be able at all times to act in accordance with the principles of the Movement.
5 Voluntary service : It is voluntary relief movement not prompted in any manner by desire for gain.
5 Unity : There can be only one Red Cross Or Red Crescent in any one country. It must be open to all. It must carry on its humanitarian work throughout its territory.
7 Universality : The International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, in which all societies have equal status and share equal responsibilities and duties in helping each other, is worldwide.
ECO Club

Eco Club is a platform where we get knowledge about environment. Eco Club enables the students to be sensitive towards environmental concern to tackle environmental problems. The eco-club in the institution was started to manage go green activities such as growing trees, medicinal plants and manage the garden.

The main objectives of ECO CLUB are:

1 : To create awareness of biodiversity conservation and local environmental issues among the students.
2 : To create a clean and green consciousness among students through various innovative methods.
3 : To involve Eco Club students in open-orientation programs with other colleges and public areas.
4 : To educate the students about their environment.
5 : To mobilize students towards scientific enquiry into environmental problem.
6 : To involve them in efforts to preserve environment.
7 : To motivate students how to imbibe habits and life style for minimum waste generation.
Club In-charge
  • Mamatha Sathyanarayana (Asst. Professor)
LITERACY CLUB

The Literary Club provides students a take-off point to the work of Literature - English, Tamil, Hindi and Kannada. It creates opportunities to enhance their taste in reading, their sense of appreciation of literary expressions and their scope to emulate great literary figures through their works.

Club In-charge
  • Mr.Sunny Francis
  • Mr.Robin
  • Mr.Lankesh
  • Ms.Mamatha
  • Fr.Santhosh
  • Mr.seby
Business Club

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Management Club

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Young Entrepreneurs Club

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Arts and Culture Club

Its purpose is:

1 : To provide opportunities for students to learn about career opportunities in arts management through speakers, events and site visits.
2 : To inform students about cultural events taking place in and around the city.
3 : To organize an Concert in which both faculty and students participate.
4 : To create a forum for the arts and cultural community to provide strategic guidance for Councils arts and cultural service provision.
5 : To provide an opportunity to meet and share ideas with other arts and cultural practitioners from a variety of community organizations, as well as individual artists with other colleges.
6 : To offer professional development and training opportunities that addresses the needs and interests of the local arts and cultural sector.
7 : To explore joint marketing opportunities, such as a local arts and culture bulletin.
8 : To promote ongoing, open communication and information sharing between members and greater access to the wider arts and cultural community with other colleges.
Club In-charge
  • Mr.Robin
  • Mrs.Vanitha
  • Mrs.Rajani
  • Mr.Vineeth
Sports and Adventure Club

To provide opportunities for students to learn about career opportunities in arts management through speakers, events and site visits.

Its purpose is

1 : To provide opportunities for students to learn about career opportunities in arts management through speakers, events and site visits.
2 : To organize an Concert in which both faculty and students participate.
3 : To create a forum for the arts and cultural community to provide strategic guidance for Councils arts and cultural service provision.
4 : To provide an opportunity to meet and share ideas with other arts and cultural practitioners from a variety of community organizations, as well as individual artists with other colleges.
5 : To offer professional development and training opportunities that addresses the needs and interests of the local arts and cultural sector.
6 : To explore joint marketing opportunities, such as a local arts and culture bulletin.
7 : To promote ongoing, open communication and information sharing between members and greater access to the wider arts and cultural community with other colleges.
Club In-charge
  • Mr.Robin
  • Mrs.Vanitha
  • Mrs.Rajani
  • Mr.Vineeth
IT Club

Details comming soon..

Phantasmagoria Club

Phantasmagoria Club

Club Phantasmagoria is one of a kind student initiative that envisions bringing creative imagination to the mainstream and makes it possible to experience the whole world inside the mind. Creative imagination helps to develop an ability to look at any situation from a different point of view and to mentally explore the past and the future to re-create and remodel our lives.

The club focuses on:

  • Standup comedy
  • Art of public speaking
  • Art of presentation
  • Phantasizing sessions
Brand Events

The college upholds its reputation in organizing its brand events that the students, staff, management, parents and the general public eagerly look forward to.

Tyros

This is the Freshers day held every year

Diplomat

This is the IT and Management fest organized by the college.

Buzz-Zeal

This is a one-day Business Fest organized for the Class 11 and 12 students of Mysore, Kodagu, Chamarajanagar, Mandya districts.

Sparsh

The annual day celebration of the college

National Conference

National Conference is held every year inviting research papers from academicians, professionals and students to promote research orientation.

College Publications

The Depaulian

The college magazine

De Paul News

De Paul News is half-yearly publication from the college with all latest development of the college.

Monthly Bulletins

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De Paul Choir

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De Paul Choir

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De Paul Music Centre

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Friday Cafe Talk

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Kannada Forum

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Womens Forum

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